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TOP Most Popular Companies in Thailand fresh graduates want to

In this upcoming summer many young, talented individuals will graduate their universities. After graduating their Bachelors, some of the graduates will want to take on further education with a Masters degree, but most of them will be looking for their first working experience. Jobnisit in collaboration with AIP Global(Asian Internship program) recently conducted a survey […]Read More


New Tourism business bill aims to boost competitiveness of Thai

The cabinet on Tuesday endorsed a new tourism business and tour guides bill which is aimed to promote local tourism business and to improve the qualifications of tour guides to boost their competitiveness. One of the highlights of the bill is that tour operators will not be allowed to bring into the country cheap package […]Read More


Phuket to crack down on illegal tour guides, companies

PHUKET: Local officials plan to carry out a two week crack down of tour guides and tour companies beginning on Monday (September 8) to ensure that they are operating legally. Tourism officials, backed by police and the Royal Thai Navy, will check all tour companies for legal documents while all guides must present their ID […]Read More


Foreign Ministry denies EU suspends Thai seafood purchases

BANGKOK, June 30 – Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday confirmed that Europe is continuing to buy seafood from Thailand. Sihasak Phuangketkeow, permanent secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, denied the report that European and American companies had stopped buying seafood from Thailand. Read more: MCOTRead More


Foreigners own third of land in Thailand

Some 100 million rai of Thai land is owned by foreigners, mostly through their Thai spouses or nominees, Auditor-General Sriracha Charoenpanit revealed yesterday. He said if this situation was “unsolved”, it could lead to later generations of Thais having no land to live on. Read more: The NationRead More


Major Japanese companies confirm Thailand investment plans

TOKYO, March 9 – Top management of leading Japanese companies welcomed Thailand’s flood-prevention measures, confirming their decisions to move ahead with planned investment expansion in Thailand, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Friday. On the last day of her four-day official visit to Japan, the Thai prime minister met ten executives from leading Japanese private […]Read More


Bangkok Police to deploy 7 companies during Red Shirt rally

BANGKOK, 8 April 2011 (NNT) – As part of the security measure during the red shirt rally of the United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) on 10 April, the Bangkok Metropolitan Police will station seven companies of officers around the gathering site. Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Police Major General Piya Uthayo gave an interview regarding […]Read More